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Brain Training Blog

10 Brain Exercises for Seniors: Exercise #6 To-Do List Training

Running to the grocery store to pick up a few items seems like it should be the simplest of tasks to accomplish. Yet, time and again, we all come home without the one specific item we went for in the first place. Part of the reason is that the whole event is fraught with distractions your brain needs to sort out while trying to remember your list of items; be it traffic, staff trying to restock the fruit and vegetables so your cart can’t pass, the number of last minute additions your partner adds to your list, specials being announced over the store’s speakers, and navigating the aisles full of harried shoppers. Read more.

10 Brain Exercises for Seniors: Exercise #5 Double Decision

Slips, collisions and falls are a hazard at any age, but unfortunately, in older adults the effects can be much more debilitating. Risk of falls increases as we age as well as the severity of the injuries sustained from an accident like this. If that weren’t enough, one incident often leads to a downward spiral as fear of future falls limits mobility further with the added effect of increasing the risk of another fall, yet again. It may seem like this is just a matter of aging legs, but it’s not as simple as that. Read more.

Unique Brain Exercise Shown in Study to Lower Risk of Dementia

At the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference on July 24, 2016, the new results of landmark study were presented. This study, called the ACTIVE trial, showed that one particular type of brain exercise—called “speed training” in the study—cut the long-term risk of dementia nearly in half. We are thrilled to announce that the current version of the speed training cognitive intervention that was used in the ACTIVE study is our BrainHQ's “Double Decision” exercise. This is the first time that any intervention—brain-training program, physical exercise, diet/nutrition, or drug—has been shown to reduce the risk of dementia. Read more.

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What do our customers say?

Yvette Goulet
Yvette Goulet

My daughter bought me the Brain Fitness Program and Insight in Fall 2011 and encouraged me to start using it.  Since using the program, I have noticed many improvements in my overall functioning. My reflexes are much faster. I see everything around me and coming at me when I am driving.

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Lyn Morgan
Lyn Morgan

I think those exercises really helped my awareness and peripheral vision. I would notice things in my periphery quicker, and that extends to things besides driving as well.

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Louise Tremblay
Louise Tremblay

I’ve always been curious about brain training programs. There are so many out there. I was looking for a program that was researched and scientifically proven. It was a no-brainer decision to go with Posit Science programs. And since the program was designed and developed under Dr. Michael Merzenich, I knew my time and money was going to be well invested.

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